Authories Drop Lindsay Lohan's Hit-And-Run Investigation
The Los Angeles District Attorney has determined that Lindsay Lohan will not face prosecution over allegations of a hit-and-run.
Alleged victim Thaer Kamal claimed the star hit him with with her Porsche in March after she left a club in Los Angeles.
He told police he didn't require medical attention, but he later he checked into a hospital for treatment. He threatened to file an incident report. Lohan denied the accusations and branded the claim "a complete lie."
The investigation stalled because neither party cooperated with police, who had little evidence to prove a crime had been committed.
Authorities passed the case to the District Attorney's office on Friday, and the DA rejected it after officials deemed Kamal a "non-credible witness," according to TMZ.com. Detectives also examined surveillance tapes and found there was "no collision."
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